Why you’re here

We’ve talked, or you’ve heard me talk. Now you want to get in touch, or find my stuff. That’s the main purpose of this page.

What do I want? At the moment I want you to book me to give my talk on applying the principles of magic to user experience design. That would be great.

If we met, you may have promised to send me articles, book recommendations or recipes. Please do. I meant it when I said I was interested. Or I may have promised you something; so please remind me.

Projects

In addition to the wild excitement of working at inUse, I currently have two main side projects that  I am working on:

  1. I am writing a short book on design critique. This is basically expanding and deepening my Medium article and sharing the thinking behind each of the 50 questions in design critique card deck. The book will be self-published mid 2018.
  2. I am putting together a short informal show, mixing magic, psychology, philosophy and design – basically all the things that I love.

My stuff

Get in touch

The company inUse, where I work.

An address where you can to write to me: david.deleon@inuse.se

Me bragging over at LinkedIn.

 

Some things that I’ve written

Essays on design critique, UX design, and creativity over at Medium.

Some of my academic papers.

 

A couple of courses that I teach

Behavioural design (note that the  link takes you to a description of the course in  Swedish. I could conceivably give the course in English, but only if I really like you).

Design critique (note that the  link takes you to a description of the course in  Swedish. I could conceivably give the course in English, even if I don’t like you).

 

Design critique cards

I created a set of cards with over 50 questions designed to probe and critique a piece of interactive design. Read about the cards here, download the pdf, or buy a pack of physical cards.

 

Fun and weird

My counterfactual book publishing at vanitypressbooks.com

My personal project to gradually purge myself of material possessions.

Header photograph taken at the Amuse UX conference in 2017 by Istvan Toth‏.